Students enrolled in A-State CQ will receive a degree that is valid in Mexico and the United States. To fulfill the accreditation requirements of the Higher Learning Commission, a regional accreditation body in the United States, A-State CQ offers the same accredited curriculum with additional requirements that comply with Mexico's educational standards.
Each resident student will need to provide the following information:
Each international student will need to provide the following information:
*Other considerations for international students
Before coming to Mexico, make sure you comply with all the requirements the Mexican Immigration authorities require for international students. Here are some useful links:
We welcome you to learn more about Querétaro, the state in México in which our A-State Campus is located.
Student Temporary Resident Visa
From another country (Secretary of Foreign Affairs)
Who can apply?
Applicable to foreign persons who intend to enter Mexico as a temporary student resident.
All students regardless of their nationality when they are going to remain in Mexico for a temporary time of more than 180 days require obtaining this visa.
The letter of acceptance must include the following:
1. Economic solvency to cover maintenance and tuition costs.
Solvency may be accredited by the interested party, by his parents or by the person exercising parental authority or guardianship, provided that they are not over 25 years of age, or with a letter from the educational institution proving that he has been a recipient of a scholarship or document of a bank or financial
2. In the case of foreigners traveling in a family company
The link between applicants shall be established and financial solvency verified for the maintenance of the relative of the Temporary Resident Student; relatives will be documented with a temporary residence visa and not with a student temporary residence visa.
Under the protection of an international legal instrument for the mobility of persons.
3. Cover the payment of corresponding rights
The payment must be in the form and amount indicated by the Federal Rights Act.
The foreigner who has the status of temporary resident students can request the National Migration Institute authorization to perform paid activities in national territory.
Note: The student temporary residence card that proves your legal stay and allows you to remain in national territory must be processed within the next 30 calendar days from your entry into the national territory.